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Japan's famed hot springs called on to share the steam

Government getting serious about geothermal power generation

Open-air hot spring resorts are enjoying a resurgence of popularity in Japan but they might soon have to share their steam with electricity producers.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- So far, Japan's geothermal power does little more than provide the water for the country's countless "onsen" hot springs.

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